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The Student Volunteering Working Group would like to publicly reaffirm our commitment in elevating equality and inclusion for all student volunteers. We believe it is vitally important that all students feel valued, respected and supported.
We acknowledge that racism can be unintentional or unconscious, and that identifying racism as an issue does not automatically mean those involved in the act are racist or intended the negative impact. However, Ireland is not free of racism and therefore we can and must do better to listen and learn.
Some resources and contacts available are listed below. As part of our commitment we are resolved to the following actions
Useful resources and contacts
https://www.ireport.ie/ - An online platform for anonymous reporting of racism in Ireland
https://www.stand.ie/ - A platform where third level students in Ireland can share ideas about standing up for justice and equality
https://inar.ie/ - resources to help you learn about racism in Ireland, learn how to address racism, and where to help those affected by it.
https://www.immigrantcouncil.ie/ - a national, independent non-governmental organisation that promotes the rights of migrants.
https://www.irishrefugeecouncil.ie/ - who support people seeking protection in Ireland
https://doras.org/ - an independent NGO working to protect the rights of migrants in Ireland
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